As part of it's best-selling anthology series, SoulMusic Records is very proud to present Don't Let It Go To Your Head, a sumptuous set by the inimitable Jean Carne, one of the most consistently popular international song stylists in the world of soul-n-jazz.
Focused on her four-album tenure with Philadelphia International Records (1976-1981), this musically satisfying collection includes Jean's much-loved dance classics, the set's title cut and 12" single versions of the perennial 'Was That All It Was' and 'What's On Your Mind'. In addition to key PIR album cuts, standouts include Jean's unforgettable full version of The Spinners' classic 'Love Don't Love Nobody', the Eddie Levert-produced 'My Love Don't Come Easy', and essential staples of Jean's live repertoire ('If You Wanna Go Back', 'Free Love' and 'We Got Some Catchin' Up To Do'). Other highlights include Jean's take on the Philly classic 'If You Don't Know Me By Now' (from Jean's sole 1982 Motown set along with her version of Minnie Riperton's 'Completeness'); a plethora of guest duets - the US top 20 R&B hits 'I'm Back For More' (with Al Johnson) and the timeless 'Valentine Love' (with Michael Henderson) - alongside tracks with Dexter Wansel, Norman Connors, Roy Ayers and Grover Washington, Jr. Georgia-born Jean's recording career got it's start on the first couple of albums by Earth, Wind & Fire and three famed early '70s jazz albums with (ex-husband) Doug Carn.
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